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PLUS: Week 2 of Sports Betting Pays trial

For the past couple of years I’ve been totally puzzled why so many so-called experts continue to tip heavily ‘Odds On’ selections at the back end of the National Hunt season – particularly at the Punchestown Festival. The same can be said when backing ‘Odds On’ at the end of the official Flat season.

I, too, was guilty of following these short-priced favourites many years ago on one of my many visits to Punchestown. I’ve since learned my lesson and won’t touch them with a bargepole, and will instead look for lightly raced class animals at a value price. Finding such horses so late on in the National Hunt season is no easy task, but such selections are the only route to profit when the season draws to a close.
As a result of my consistently poor results at Punchestown I decided to look at the reasons why I hadn’t done as well as hoped. This is an operation I always undertake whenever I experience a spell of bad results, especially if they appear outside the normal peaks and troughs of successful gambling and also if they appear time and time again at the same venue and at the same time of year.
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Second week’s selections from Sports Betting Pays

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